[YesAuto crash test interpretation] Skoda's new Fabia, which was unveiled at the Paris Auto Show a while ago, is the new generation of overseas models of Jingrui in China. Its appearance continues the family design concept, and the redesigned headlights make it more fashionable. As the successor of the highly likely domestic cash Jingrui, many people are not only concerned about the appearance changes, but also want to know whether it can perform satisfactorily in terms of safety, and a recent collision test conducted by E-NCAP, Can satisfy our curiosity in this regard.
Note: The vehicles participating in the test are European or North American models. At the same time, due to different domestic and foreign regulations and national conditions, there will be some differences in the specific configuration of the vehicle, and the final collision results cannot fully represent the domestic models in this test. The performance (may be slightly better, may be slightly worse, may be consistent), just for reference.
(Project score/% of total project score: 30.8/81%)
Note: All scores and percentages are directly derived from the E-NCAP report.
Frontal collision with 40% overlapping deformable barrier
Deformable mobile barrier side impact
Whipping test score
Urban low-speed automatic emergency braking system
(Project score/% of total project score: 40/81%)
Child protection status
18 months child
Child safety seat function
Evaluate how the child seat is installed
(Project score/% of total project score: 25/69%)
Active safety technology
(Project score/% of total project score: 9/69%)
Speed limit (active control/reminder)
Electronic Stability System ( ESC )
Seat belt reminder
The 2015 Jingrui (overseas) model that participated in the E-NCAP test is relatively complete in terms of safety configuration. It is equipped with front airbags, side airbags, air curtains, ISOFIX child safety seat interface, ESC, active braking system and other functions. Corresponding scores were also obtained in the test.
● Frontal collision with 40% overlapping deformable barrier
● Side collision with deformable mobile barrier
● Side column collision test
● Pedestrian protection
● Whiplash test
● Active safety system
The following video is the performance of the Jingrui model in this E-NCAP test. The video first shows the frontal 40% overlapping deformable barrier collision, 47 seconds from the beginning of the deformable mobile barrier side collision, starting at 1 minute and 07 seconds It is a side pillar collision test. The pedestrian protection test starts at 1 minute and 27 seconds, and the whiplash test starts at 1 minute and 38 seconds. It is recommended that you watch it.
Full text summary:
As the most likely successor to the cash Jing Rui in the domestic market, the new Jing Rui overseas model performed satisfactorily in the E-NCAP crash test and achieved a five-star safety evaluation. Regardless of frontal or side collision, it can protect the occupants of the car from injury as much as possible, but the chest safety hazard is slightly higher. However, we have also noticed that the new Jingrui does not seem to be fully prepared for the impact of the rear of the vehicle, and the neck of the rear dummy is very easy to be injured. This lack of protection is undoubtedly a great risk to the actual domestic car use situation, and it is hoped that manufacturers can improve it as soon as possible to reduce the possibility of injury.